Trinity Employment Law Update Webinar - 24th February 2021
We are pleased to announce the second talk in our Leeds and Newcastle Business, Property and Employment Seminar Programme for 2020/21. Trinity's Employment Law Update will take place on the evening of Wednesday 24 February 2021.
In accordance with the current Coronavirus restrictions this event will be held remotely by Zoom as a webinar.
Barristers from Trinity's Employment Law team will be covering the following:
A review of recent case law and how that affects the issues.
Affirmation of Contract
Where does the case law leave us? Hints and tips.
When Lockdown Ends
A look at the increased health and safety issues employers face when employees return to work and a review of the position on requiring employees to vaccinate.
The live webinar is due to start at 5pm, concluding by 6.30pm and attracting 1.5 hours CPD. For further details and to book please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. A link to join the webinar and accompanying handout will be provided prior to the event.
In response to the pandemic, Trinity's Employment team can provide a comprehensive range of pragmatic and cost effective services for the benefit of clients, as follows:
- (Early) Neutral Evaluation (ENE/NE)
Trinity offers a quick, cost effective and easy to use online dispute resolution service. Trinity Chambers can undertake either NE/ENE depending on the stage the case has reached. Trinity Chambers boasts a range of experienced practitioners, including part-time judges and a well-regarded former employment judge, who can provide clear (non-binding) guidance on case outcomes enabling parties to attempt to settle cases which will otherwise take a considerable time to reach a hearing.
An established form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), Trinity Chambers’ team of former and part time judges and qualified mediators are happy to provide this cost effective and swift mechanism for resolving employment disputes at any stage.
- Preliminary Hearings – case management, substantive and costs hearings
All of Trinity Chamber’s Employment Team members are available for all remote preliminary hearings in the Tribunal, by telephone or video link. Trinity is happy to assist Solicitors and Tribunals in ensuring video hearings run smoothly and effectively, both locally and nationally.
- Employment Final Hearings (liability and remedy)
Trinity's barristers have developed significant experience in conducting trials remotely during the pandemic.
- Barristers Surgeries/Advisory Work
In these times of remote working fee earners and team members may need additional support and assistance as they are inevitably more isolated from libraries, colleagues and other legal resources. Trinity is happy to offer a surgery service where your teams or team members can make an appointment to “pick the brains” of Counsel.
Trinity Chambers’ Employment and Clerking team are more than happy to spend some time discussing the various options available, the process, technical requirements and likely fees. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with the clerking team who are operating a full service. The clerks can be contacted at email@example.com or by telephone on 0191 232 1927.
Trinity's Employment Law team has received recent recognition in the leading directories:
"An impressive set with particular strength in handling whistle-blowing and discrimination matters. Other areas of expertise include equal pay and worker status law. The set has a broad client base among both claimants and respondents. It has recently represented various local authorities and HMRC in employment claims". “We have been very happy with the service. The clerks have shown an understanding of the needs of the firm and our clients, and have adapted to meet those needs." Chambers & Partners 2021.
"For many 'the prestige employment chambers in the North East', Trinity Chambers has 'excellent strength in depth, backed up by an excellent clerking team'. Members are instructed by both claimants and respondents in employment law matters, with a particular focus on equal pay cases as well as discrimination disputes." Legal 500 2021.
Please note that the content of the webinar is for information only and based on the circumstances at the time of delivery, rather than formal legal advice. Please get in touch with Trinity Chambers if you have a specific legal query.